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Big News for Manchester Victims' Next of Kin

Families of bombing victims will receive $321K each

(Newser) - The families of the 22 people killed in the bombing at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester in May will each receive $321,000. The payments are made possible by the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, which collected donations from the public following the terrorist attack, reports the Guardian . Some... More »

'Unprecedented' Step Taken by Imams on UK Terrorists

More than 130 Muslim religious leaders pen letter slamming 'reprehensible actions'

(Newser) - As England continues to flesh out the details of two terror attacks there over the past two weeks, one group has taken what BuzzFeed calls an "unprecedented" stand against the perpetrators. More than 130 imams and other Muslim religious leaders from "diverse" backgrounds across the UK have penned... More »

This Moment Stole the Show in Manchester

Twitter loved footage of policeman dancing with kids

(Newser) - The star-studded One Love Manchester benefit concert drew some 14.5 million viewers at its peak, but it wasn't any one performer, song, or speech that proved the most moving, reports the BBC . Instead, it was a brief shot of a policeman dancing in a circle with children while... More »

Ariana Grande at Concert: 'Olivia Wouldn't Want Me to Cry'

Singer headlines emotional tribute show in Manchester

(Newser) - Ariana Grande returned to the stage in Manchester, England, Sunday for an emotional tribute concert to those killed at her show last month . She spoke to the crowd about one of those victims, 15-year-old Olivia Campbell, notes ABC News . "I had the pleasure of meeting Olivia's mommy a... More »

Ariana Makes Surprise Visit to Injured Fans

Pop star will headline all-star benefit concert on Sunday

(Newser) - Pop star Ariana Grande stunned young fans when she popped into Royal Manchester Children's Hospital to say hello on Friday, the Telegraph reports. The surprise visit, ahead of Grande's benefit concert Sunday, cheered kids recovering from injuries from the May 22 suicide bombing at Manchester Arena. Social media... More »

Ariana Grande Announces Star-Clogged Manchester Benefit

Show to be held Sunday with Bieber, Perry, Coldplay, Pharrell, and more

(Newser) - Ariana Grande is not only returning to Manchester for a charity concert in the wake of the deadly bombing that followed her last show in the city, she's bringing basically every pop star one could think of. Grande isn't waiting around, either, and announced Tuesday that the show... More »

Ariana Grande Makes 1st Public Statement Since Night of Bombing

Singer says she'll return to Manchester for benefit concert

(Newser) - Ariana Grande says she'll return to Manchester for a benefit concert to raise money for the victims of Monday's bombing and their families. The singer posted a letter to fans on Twitter Friday. It was Grande's first public statement since tweeting she was "broken" in the... More »

Queen Drops by Hospital to Visit Bombing Victims

She tells one teen the Manchester attack was 'very wicked'

(Newser) - Queen Elizabeth brought smiles to the faces of victims of the terror attack in Manchester when she made a surprise visit to a hospital Thursday. "It's dreadful, very wicked, to target that sort of thing," she told one 14-year-old victim lying in a bed at Royal Manchester... More »

Trump Vows to Find Source of Manchester Leaks

He threatens prosecution 'if appropriate'

(Newser) - Before he could be chided by British Prime Minister Theresa May in person at the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday, President Trump called for an investigation into "deeply troubling" leaks of information regarding the bombing in Manchester. Responding to reports that UK authorities are furious that sensitive information... More »

UK Police to Stop Sharing Attack Information With US

Authorities are furious about leaks, insiders say

(Newser) - Police in Britain, angered by repeated leaks of sensitive information , have decided to stop sharing information on the Manchester terrorist attack with American authorities. The decision came after photographs believed to show bomb debris appeared in a New York Times report, sources tell the BBC , which calls the step a... More »

Bomber's Brother, Father Are Detained in Libya

Another brother was previously arrested in Manchester

(Newser) - Two brothers and the father of the Manchester suicide bomber are reportedly now in custody. Details were skimpy as the fast-moving investigation was unfolding, but here's what's known:
  • Bomber: Police have identified the bomber as 22-year-old Salman Abedi .
  • Younger brother: The AP reports that Hashim Abedi was arrested
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Slow Down on the Tweets After Terror Attacks

Social media gives terrorists the publicity they crave: Emily Dreyfuss for 'Wired'

(Newser) - After the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday, thousands turned to social media to share information and offer their condolences. In doing so, they played right into the terrorists' hands, Emily Dreyfuss writes at Wired . At least one aim of attacks like the one in Manchester, England,... More »

Britain Chastises US Over Leak of Bomber's Name

Meanwhile, authorities say assailant was part of a 'network'

(Newser) - Authorities in Britain are more sure than ever that Salman Abedi didn't act alone when he detonated a suicide bomb at the Ariana Grande concert. But they're also ticked at the US that the world knows Abedi's name. The leak to the media originally came from a... More »

When ISIS Goes After Kids, They're Trying to Bait Us

Terrorists want to instigate a 'holy war,' warns the 'New York Times'

(Newser) - That one of the victims in the Manchester bombing is just 8 years old is no accident: The bomber, whether he was working with ISIS or not, almost certainly knew that children would be at the Ariana Grande concert, writes the New York Times editorial board. It's a calculated... More »

Officials: Manchester Bomber Was Trained Overseas

3 more arrests made

(Newser) - As Britain mourns the 22 people killed in Monday night's attack on an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, authorities are scouring the record of alleged suicide bomber Salman Abedi. ISIS has claimed credit for the attack, though sources tell NBC that the 22-year-old Manchester resident of Libyan descent also... More »

After Manchester Attack, Bogus Stories Were Everywhere

Meanwhile, one young victim was just 8 years old

(Newser) - Authorities have identified the suicide bomber at Ariana Grande's Manchester concert as 22-year-old Salman Abedi. The Telegraph reports that he is a Manchester native, though his parents are from Libya and are believed to have fled the regime of Moammar Gadhafi. UK intelligence officials are now trying to figure... More »

Poignant Photo Emerges of First Concert Victim ID'd

Georgina Callander was once pictured with Ariana Grande

(Newser) - The first victim publicly identified in the Manchester concert attack is 18-year-old college student Georgina Callander. And it was no mere whim that brought her to Ariana Grande's concert—she was a huge fan. "SO EXCITED TO SEE U TOMORROW," Callander tweeted the day before the show.... More »

ISIS Claims UK Attack on 'Crusaders Gatherings'

Death toll currently stands at 22, with dozens injured

(Newser) - The Islamic State has taken responsibility for the attack at a UK concert venue Monday night that killed 22 and injured dozens, the AP reports. Police say a lone suicide bomber, now deceased, detonated an "improvised device" in the Manchester Arena foyer at an Ariana Grande concert, and ISIS... More »

Why Trump Won't Refer to Concert Attacker as 'Monster'

'They would like that term'

(Newser) - President Trump visited the West Bank city of Bethlehem Tuesday, where he condemned the "losers" behind Monday night's horrific terrorist attack in Manchester . "So many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life. I won't call them monsters because... More »

UK Cops Make an Arrest Linked to Concert Attack

Manchester police say the actual attacker was a suicide bomber

(Newser) - The death toll has risen to 22 in what British authorities are calling a "barbaric attack" on an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night. On Tuesday, police confirmed the arrest of a 23-year-old man in South Manchester in connection to the attack, reports NBC News . Details about... More »

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